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September 6, 2011 Press Clippings

Met stamcellen kunnen ziektes zoals leukemie behandeld worden. De navelstreng van een pasgeboren kind is een rijke bron voor stamcellen. Ouders kunnen tegen betaling deze stamcellen laten opslaan voor familie gebruik, of gratis afstaan ter donatie voor algemeen gebruik.

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Girl with cerebral palsy treated with own cord blood stem cells

July 28, 2011 Group News

Cryo-Save Group N.V. (Euronext: CRYO, “Cryo-Save”), Europe’s leading family stem cell bank, released a cord blood sample of a six-year-old girl from Portugal. The girl will be treated with her own umbilical cord blood stem cells at Duke University (USA) for cerebral palsy (CP). Cerebral palsy refers to a number of neurological disorders that appear in infancy or early childhood and permanently affects body movement and muscle coordination. It is a serious brain injury for which there is no standard cure available. The little girl received the first reinfusion of her own stem cells earlier this week.

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Director Shareholding

June 30, 2011 Group News

Cryo-Save Group N.V. (Euronext: CRYO, ‘Cryo-Save’, or ‘the Group’), the leading international family stem cell bank, has been informed that Mr Johan Goossens, Chairman, purchased 10,000 ordinary shares of Euro 0.10 (‘Ordinary Shares’) at a price of €4.92 on 29 June 2011.

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Director Shareholding

June 24, 2011 Group News

Cryo-Save Group N.V. (Euronext: CRYO, ‘Cryo-Save’, or ‘the Group’), the leading international family stem cell bank, has been informed that Mr Johan Goossens, Chairman, purchased 10,000 ordinary shares of Euro 0.10 (‘Ordinary Shares’) at a price of €4.95 on 23 June 2011.

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Cryo-Save Group NV visits Amsterdam stock exchange

June 24, 2011 Group News

By means of this bell ceremony, the team of Cryo-Save Group NV marked the ending of the celebration of the 10th anniversary. In 2000, Cryo-Save started their activities to become ten years later a company which is represented in more than 40 countries on four continents, with ultra-modern processing and storage facilities in Belgium, Germany, Dubai, India and France.

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